Hello all,\n(Long time lurker, first time poster lol) I have the Pioneer SP series 5.1 system ( SP-FS22, BS22-LR, C22, SW-8MK2 ) in my bedroom ( 11’ x 11’ x 8’). I listen to music, watch TV and movies, and game. I have a dedicated home theater in the basement so my intention is not to accomplish anything on that scale but to have a nice, clean, musical sound. Ultimate movie LFE SPL is NOT what I want but smooth musical base extension is. I’m very satisfied with the sound and performance of the speakers BUT, the SW-8MK2 sub is not doing it for me. It has presence but little tonality and not much extension. I do not want to spend a lot of money on this and I’m VERY limited in space. 2 subs that I can fit and are with in my space and price constraints are the Pioneer SW-10 and the SW-E10. My conundrum is this; the SW-10 is not an Andrew Jones design but is clearly an upgrade made by Pioneer to replace the arguably inadequate -8MK2 performance ( bolstered by the fact the SP series of speakers are still available through Pioneer but not the -8 MK2 sub. Listed with the SP series speakers is the -10 as the only sub option and it is identical in design to the -8 except in size). The other option is the Andrew Jones designed Pioneer Elite SW-E10 BUT, it’s not listed as “comparable” with the SP series plus it’s a sealed cabinet versus the ported design of the -8 and -10 subs. I can’t find any actual test data of either so I’m asking the collective experience here for their recommendations. BTW I can get either sub for about 200$ so price isn’t a consideration, just performance and compatibility sonically with the rest of the system.